With the global wellness economy estimated to be worth USD 4.5 trillion, wellbeing has become big business. And with the pandemic heightening awareness of underlying health conditions, this is only expected to grow. But many businesses still underestimate the positive impacts of looking after their employees’ wellbeing as well as the role of wellbeing packages in attracting and retaining key talent. This quarter, we have explored this growing focus on workplace wellbeing and how companies can get ahead of the trend.
At a glance
Outperformance of FTSE companies that include wellbeing
Employers who are prioritizing wellbeing in their next benefits strategy
Sources: (1) Global Wellness Institute (2) Willis Towers Watson Benefits Trend Survey 2019
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